Lee Lee holds a Bachelors of Arts in English Language and Literature by the Singapore Institute of Management, Open University Centre (SIM-OUC). She worked at Dialogue in the Dark (DID) as a facilitator for 7 years (2009 to 2016). Since 2017, Lee Lee became a trainer for schools and corporates in Team Building and Goal Setting. In February 2021, Lee Lee became the first blind Advance Certificate in Learning and Performance (ACLP) trainer / facilitator under the Workforce Service Quality (WSQ) framework.
Lee Lee is a multi-talented lady who has caught many by surprise. Her contribution of song lyrics were released in two albums for the Wataboshi Music Movement in 1999 & 2001. Lee Lee lost her eyesight when she was still an infant. Her lack of sight did not deter her from challenging her own limits. From 2005 to 2007, she wrote articles, media release, covered events and managed press relations for the Town Council.
Lee Lee was one of the interviewers, translators and transcribers who created an important oral archive of interviews with D/deaf and disabled people in Singapore which became the source material for Kaite O’Reilly’s Unlimited International commission – ‘And Suddenly I Disappear: the Singapore ‘d’ Monologues’. The show premiered at the Gallery Theatre, National Museum of Singapore in May 2018, and appeared in filmed footage in the U.K. performances at the Unlimited Festival at Southbank Centre in September 2018.
Lee Lee produced Perspectives, the film, which was part of #SgCultureAnywhere. The film had its international premiere on 25 March 2021 and travelled to the George Town festival in July 2021.